|Kim Johnson (#48312179)|
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I am pretty new to the field of genealogy. I got started about 5 years ago, when I found some research my maternal grandfather put together. I entered it into a heritage website and since have been bitten by the genealogy bug! I have connected with a few cousins "several times removed" along with some "half" relatives, and have found some pretty interesting facts that they have provided. I am researching the following names: Johnson/Johnston, Thompson, Garnett, Moody, Bradley, Pullum, Walden, along with many others. Most of my relatives I've found have been located in Northwest Florida, South Alabama, Ohio, New England, and Canada. I'm new to Find A Grave, but if I can be of assistance to take photos within about 20 miles of Dothan, AL let me know!|
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|Elma Ruediger Tew||RE: Transfer|
Was glad to. I think that family should have family.
Hey Kim, I sent you 2 e-mails concerning Mable. :) Cathy
Added by 47972011 on Jan 01, 2015 7:23 AM
|Anne O'Neal||RE: William Early Pickle|
Thanks for your reply. Please look at my question again. I think I asked about James Hardy Pickle, the first born of Alfred Pickle and Celia Ann Ritter. James Hardy is my 2nd great-grandfather. Some records say he is buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Monroe Co., MS., but I walked that cemetery on 22 Oct 2005 and did not find a marker, however, he may be there without a marker. I have the burial site of his brother, William Early Pickle, in the City Cemetery in Dothan, AL. Thanks again, Anne
|Anne O'Neal||William Early Pickle|
Hello, Are you related to this family? My ancestor, James Hardy Pickle, b. 1849 to Alfred Pickle and Celia Ann Ritter, was their first born. You might add him to the list. Anne Stockton O'Neal
|Joyce Goodman||Pullum connection|
My connection to the Pullum line comes down from Wesley Kire Pullum , son out of wedlock . He had a son while married to Daisy Pullum out of the marriage and that is who I was married to.
I know that Wesley and Daisy Pullum had
about 4 or 5 daughters. I think one of them
is still living in Malvern. I do not have a
list of their names or families tho.
|Joyce Goodman||Pullum transfer|
Kim, I will need your contributors
ID # , then I can do the transfers.
Kim, I would be very happy to turn over the
memorial for Wesley Kire and Daisey Ward Pullum to you. I was married to a son Wesley Kire Pullum and we are now divorced. I also knew one of his sons, John Paul Pullum and have put a memorial on line for him.